Night Navigator™ 7067

RUGGED. MARINIZED. LOW MAINTENANCE

The Night Navigator™ 7067 is a long range, rugged, low maintenance, compact electro-optical system designed for SAR vessels mega-yacht security and demanding professional mariners. Mast mounted payload, this full spectrum imaging system offers exceptional performances. It integrates a cooled long range thermal imager, a day camera / low light, night vision and a Laser Range Finder in a gyro-stabilized sensor platform. It can be controlled from the bridge of a ship or through IP network in a control room or remote location.

Naval & Defence Night Navigator™ 7067 Brochure.pdf

APPLICATIONS:

  • ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance)
  • EEZ (Exclusive Economic Zone) protection
  • Long Range Surveillance
  • Unmanned Surface Vessels operation
  • Maritime SAR
  • Safety and security at anchor and in harbor
  • Tracking of potential threat or man overboard
  • Situational awareness
  • Asymmetric threats
  • Anti-smuggling operations

MAIN FEATURES:

MWIR

  • 3–5 µm Cooled Thermal Imager
  • 36° to 1.7° Field of View
  • 640x512 Pixels

Day/Low Light Camera

  • 63° to 2.3° FoV in HD mode, 1080p30
  • 47.8° to 1.7° FoV in SD video mode, 720p
  • 30x continuous optical zoom
  • 12x continuous digital zoom

 Low Light HD Camera (function)

  • 1/2.8” CMOS sensor type
  • ≤0.0015 Lux 

Laser Range Finder

  • Class 1M
  • 1,565 to 1,575nm wavelength
  • 20km (minimum distance 50m) measuring range. Other ranges available.

Radar Cursor & ARPA target tracking via NMEA0183 (RS422/RS232)

Video target autoscanning, detection and tracking in HD mode

Controller: Hardware, IP Based and Remote Controlled

  • Radar, GPS and AIS interface; Illuminated programmable controller / interface
  • Built in Test for remote diagnostic configured for optional additional controllers or remote control

3-Axis Gyro Stabilization

  • Resolved through 2-axis positioning

Full Digital IP Network Connectivity 

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